3 breakfasts without refined sugar, but with date puree

3 breakfasts without refined sugar, but with date puree

FOOD – Do you like sugar for breakfast? You like to spoil yourself with the first meal of the day, and that’s okay. However, breakfast preparation can be very or even too sweet.

Merian Labry, aka Madame Labrysky, marathon runner and cookbook author, publishes I declare war on refined sugar which contains many recipes based on date puree (which replaces sugar). She shares three morning recipes without refined sugar.

From indispensable cereal to protein-rich cake, these dishes guarantee a dynamic and balanced start to the day.

Mrs. Veganette

Excerpts from Madame Labrysky’s book I Declare War on Refined Sugar, photographs by Aline Princet, styled by Coralie Ferreira, Hachette Cuisine

La Mme Véganette, biscuit with oats and raisins

A cousin of the famous Mrs. Avoinette (whose recipe can be found at madamelabriski.com), this delicious version can be made without eggs.
Really ? Yes Yes. Classic allergen-free oatmeal: long live lunch boxes!
For 23 x 30 g biscuits • Cook: 15 min • Oven: 180°C (x6)
Ingredients
IT HAS)
150 g date puree
150 g unsweetened applesauce
62 g vegetable drink (or milk)
2 tbsp teaspoon pure vanilla extract
2 tbsp baking powder
2 tbsp chia seeds
1 tbsp vinegar
½ tsp ground cinnamon
1 pinch of salt
B)
100 g certified gluten-free oatmeal
100 g certified gluten-free instant oatmeal
65 g raisins
deco
some raisins
Tadamski, get ready!
1. Preheat oven to 180°C (floor 6).
2. In a bowl, mix all the A ingredients well. Wow, it’s wiggling. Add ingredients B.
4. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper, otherwise everything will stick.
5. Spread the dough with a spoon to make beautiful labirskis.
6. Garnish each cutlet with a few raisins.
7. Bake for about 15 minutes.
Enjoy the tantalizing scent… and gift it to all your friends with food intolerances

Dumbbells and go!

Dumbbell and go!, a cake full of proteins and seeds of all kinds

Excerpt from “I Declare War on Refined Sugar” by Madame Labrisky, photo by Catherine Cote, 21 gram style – Ideation and Marjorie Malte, Hachette Cuisine

Dumbbell and go!, a cake full of proteins and seeds of all kinds

Here is your morning alter ego. A real symphony of freshness and taste, it is also a good source of protein. Officially: power is in the air.
For 1 loaf • Baking: 1 hour 10 • Oven: 180°C (6 cups)
Ingredients
IT HAS)
150 g date puree
100 g unsweetened applesauce
1 egg
120 g water
B)
1 tbsp baking powder
1 pinch of salt
AGAINST)
60 g sunflower seeds
75 g ground sunflower seeds
40 g chia seeds
50g certified gluten-free instant oatmeal
60 g quinoa flour or your favorite flour
280 g fresh or frozen blueberries or a mixture of both, lightly floured
deco
Blueberries and sunflower seeds
Tadamski, get ready!
1. Preheat oven to 180°C (floor 6).
2. In a bowl, mix all ingredients A well, then add ingredients B and mix until an emulsion forms.
3. Then add ingredients C.
4. Place parchment paper in a baking dish.
30×13 cm (otherwise everything will stick!).
5. Decorate with blueberries and seeds.
6. Bake for 1 hour 10 minutes.
7. Wait and enjoy the inviting smell.
Mamma mia, everything will be fine!

Hola Quinoa

Holà quinoa, a hot quinoa porridge that can be made ahead of time.

Excerpts from Madame Labrysky’s book I Declare War on Refined Sugar, photographs by Aline Princet, styled by Coralie Ferreira, Hachette Cuisine

Holà quinoa, a hot quinoa porridge that can be made ahead of time.

Hot quinoa to start the day? And why not!
It is different and so nutritious. Also, you can do it ahead of time.
Hello eternal energy, hello quinoa!
Serves 2 x 150 g • Preparation: 20 min.
Ingredients
100 g quinoa
100 g date puree
230 g vegetable drink, water or milk
1 tbsp tablespoon liquid vanilla extract
Garnish
Berries
Dried fruits
seeds
spices
Tadamski, get ready!
1. Rinse the quinoa well in a colander.
and put in a bowl with puree
dates, vegetable drink and vanilla.
2. Bring the mixture to a boil over medium heat.
to high, then reduce the heat to medium or low.
Cook uncovered for 10-15 minutes
according to the instructions on the package
your swan.
3. Turn off the heat, cover with a lid and let rise.
about 5 minutes. Quinoa cooked
when grains become transparent
and a white sprout comes out.
4. Decorate with whatever you prefer!

I declare war on refined sugar

Cover of Madame Labrisky’s book published by Hachette Cuisine Editions.

I declare war on refined sugar

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